Case Study: Righting restoration wrongs – how a tear repair should actually look…

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When a painting arrives into the studio, sometimes its history is immediately evident. Such an instance occurred recently when we received an oil painting with visible signs of prior restoration. This previously repaired tear damage was running horizontally along the lower part of the painting and was visually disturbing and detracting from the overall enjoyment… Read more »